Course - Customized Corporate E-Learning - TDMA4006
TDMA4006 - Customized Corporate E-Learning
Examination arrangement: Portfolio
Grade: Letter grades
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Today's organizations have an increasing need for employees with relevant and up-to-date competence. Customized Corporate E-Learning is in this regard a common term for training programs, tailored to the organization's specific training needs and offered using digital technology. Students will gain knowledge about the varying training needs today's organizations have, and how these needs can be satisfied cost-effectively with different forms of business-adapted e-learning (blended learning, synchronous and asynchronous communication, fixed or freely defined progress, etc.). The course focuses on the design of multimedia solutions for e-learning and it gives students an introduction to methods, standards and tools for design, development and delivery of e-learning customized for corporate clients.
After completing the course, the following overall learning outcomes should be achieved:
- Have knowledge of what customized corporate e-learning is, and be able to present different forms of customized corporate e-learning that can be used in different contexts.
- Be able to describe theoretical models and processes used in the design of e-learning solutions.
- Be able to describe relevant standards and different ICT tools that can be used in the design, development and delivery of e-learning for corporate clients.
- Participate in processes where customized corporate e-learning is designed.
- Be able to prepare design documents for customized corporate e-learning solutions.
- Be able to demonstrate different approaches to the design of e-learning solutions and explain the strengths and weaknesses that characterize these.
- Be able to use selected ICT tools for design, development and delivery of e-learning solutions.
- Be able to plan and organize cost-effective e-learning solutions relevant for corporate clients.
- Be able to utilize customized corporate e-learning to satisfy some of the organizations' needs for training.
- Be able to evaluate e-learning solutions in a sustainability perspective.
Learning methods and activities
Various forms of work and various learning activities will be used in this course. It will be a combination of physical and virtual lectures, individual work, group work and student presentations.
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Further on evaluation
REQUIREMENTS FOR STUDENT WORK: Participation in a minimum of 75% of the learning activities. The activities are announced at the start of the course. In special cases where 75% participation is not satisfied, the student can enter into an agreement with the course coordinator (emneansvarlig) about alternative learning activities.
ASSESSMENT: In this course, portfolio assessment is solved by groups of up to 3 students. The folder consists of the following 3 tasks:
- Assignment 1 - An analysis of e-learning providers and their e-learning courses
- Assignment 2 - A design document for an e-learning module
- Assignment 3 - Implementation of the e-learning module in accordance with the design document and a reflection note regarding own work effort (what went well, what could have been done differently)
The results from each assignment will be presented throughout the semester. Oral comments will be given on the work performed during the presentation of each of the three assignments. Students can change their assignments until all three are submitted at the end of the semester. The portfolio is assessed with a letter grade A-F and all partial assignments must be assessed for a pass. All aids allowed.
Postponed Assessment: March. If the students have a postponed assessment, new tasks will be defined.
Admission to a programme of study is required:
Digital Transformation (ITMAIKTSA)
Recommended previous knowledge
TDMA4008 Cooperation Technology and TDMA4009 Project Management
Required previous knowledge
The course is reserved for students admitted to the Master's Degree Program in Digital Collaboration.
In this course, the literature is a mixture of textbooks, articles and online resources that are determined at the start of the course.
Credits: 7.5 SP
Study level: Second degree level
Term no.: 1
Teaching semester: AUTUMN 2023
Language of instruction: Norwegian
Examination arrangement: Portfolio
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For more information regarding registration for examination and examination procedures, see "Innsida - Exams"